News on women’s basketball transfers (including additions to the transfer portal) from NCAA D-I schools. Items listed in reverse chronological order. See also: Women’s Basketball Transfers: Fall 2019–Summer 2020.
Two in-state players on the Central Michigan roster have entered their names into the transfer portal:
- Kate McArthur, 5-8 FR shooting guard, Warren, MI
- Shine Strickland-Gills, 6-0 FR forward, Saginaw, MI
In high school, Robins chose Louisville over offers from Kentucky, Western Kentucky and Central Florida. As a college transfer with three years of eligibility remaining, she’s hoping to land with a program within reasonable driving distance (four hours) from home. . . .
“I haven’t really put a time frame on it,” Robins said of when she’ll make a decision. “There’s nothing really going on right now, so I need to as quickly as I can make a decision, but I’m not going to rush anything for sure. I’m just talking to coaches and taking everything in consideration.”
“I wanted to make the right decision and I wanted to do it patiently and not just jump to anything,” said Duckett, whose final choices came down to UW and Georgetown. . . .
“I still have love for coach Banghart,” she said. “I’m definitely a fan of hers and I think she’ll do great things there. We had a great end-of-season meeting and we saw eye-to-eye. She wanted more from me.
“I wanted to fight through it. I hate being the kid that transfers. But for me, being with a staff I’m more comfortable with was something that I wanted. I wanted a new beginning and I’m excited about this.”
Long Beach State (Big West) adds three transfers:
- Kambrayia Elzy (5-7 SO point guard, Tulare, CA) / UNLV
- Imani Lacy (6-0 SO forward, Fresno, CA) / Nevada
- Kamryn Lemon (5-8 JR guard, Sumter, SC) / Oklahoma
Long Beach State head women’s basketball coach Jeff Cammon announced the addition of three transfers for the 2020-21 season in Kambrayia Elzy, Imani Lacy, and Kamryn Lemon.